Living more sustainably doesn’t necessarily require expensive tools or time-consuming education. Here’s a few ways to incorporate a bit of permaculture into your everyday life, without a huge outlay of cash, while living in a rental property.
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
Hannah from Good Life Permaculture showed Australia on Gardening Australia what a permablitz is all about, and we reckon she smashed it!
During autumn the days will become shorter and temperatures cooler. Plant around the autumn equinox for a winter harvest, but there are a variety of short term vegetables that can be harvested after just 4 weeks!
Permablitz wants to make sure that we do all we can to take care of our volunteers and hosts, and this means we cannot put them in a position where they may find themselves at risk as part of one of our activities.
“The success of the garden should not always be measured by how much food we grow, or the number of volunteers we have at working bees, but rather how people feel when they visit our garden. It’s about community, big or small, coming together to learn, share and build friendships.”
Ginger has many uses besides cooking and it’s easy to start growing your own!
Chives are an easy to grow perennial herb, and are well known for adding an onion or garlic flavour to omelettes, salads, soups and sauces.
On a cool November day, a team of 25 willing helpers completed the full makeover in 6 hours – giving James a more sustainable, permaculture-based garden he can enjoy for years to come.
Over the last week or so, we’ve been nervously looking at our neighbours in the north and west as swathes of the country burns. Given how early and intense these fires have been, it’s...
Did you know that a third of public green space in Melbourne are nature strips?
Mallow can be found almost anywhere in Melbourne, and is a highly nutritious edible weed. Get into it!
On a crisp Sunday morning, over 40 guests descend upon Jessica’s place in the Dandenongs with permablitzing on their minds!